View Full Version : Which AMP for JBL L-300?

10-19-2009, 12:11 AM
Hello, hi-fi friends, can I use this Chinese amp for my L-300? Any suggestions?

Specifications: (http://www.dussun.com/english/v8.html (http://www.dussun.com/english/v8.html))

Input Impedance:
Voltage Gain:
Frequency Response:
5Hz~20KHz ±0.5dB
Signal to Noise Ratio:
Maximum Output Level:
≥12Vrms(THD≤0. 1%)
≤0.03%(10Hz~20KHz, 1.5V)
Input Impedance:
Voltage Gain:
Output Power:
2×250W(8Ω) Class A,
2×500W(4Ω) Class A,
Frequency Response:
5Hz~20KHz ±1dB
Damping Factor:
Signal to Noise Ratio:

434(W)×220(H)×530(D) mm
17(W)×8.66(H)×20.86(D) in
Shipping Weight:
41 kg
90.38 lb

10-19-2009, 09:41 AM
There should not be any problem! Let us know how it sounds.

Uncle Paul
10-19-2009, 10:18 AM
Beautiful design and workmanship. I hope it sounds as good as it looks!

10-19-2009, 11:18 AM
The viral-marketing campaign for these amps has apparently crashed the site. I looked over the pictures earlier but no-workie now. There was a USA distributor link which included a link promising photos of beautiful young girls, too, which further emphasized the white-van feel. Other than the link to the Absolute Sound article on Chinese electronics manufacturing, it looks a lot like a white-van site, even if it's not.

Oops. Seems to be back up now.

Still guessing the original post was viral marketing though, but then I have an overactive cynic setting on my old-timer's brain. :D

10-19-2009, 10:21 PM

I am in Shanghai, and very very new for Speakers and Hi-Fi equipment.

I just bought a local AMP 3 weeks ago, which I mentioned before. I am NOT a marketing guy. Just want to make sure the AMP and my future JBL 4333/4344/L300 Speakers can work well togather.

Recently, I dream to have a 4344, 4333 or L300, affortable JBL classic monitors/speakers, I am looking for those via website.

I want to know more in order to find and buy a good 4344, 4333 or L300 from stores or website in next 2-3 months. ASAP!

Need some ideas and help. Thanks.


10-19-2009, 11:38 PM
They're legit, and "It's clearly a lot of electronics for $1600 but.." to paraphrase a popular reviewer, but it appears one can do better.


The design reeks of a poorly executed copy of Yamaha's HCA designs in the MX-2000 and MX-10000. I have an MX-2000 and it's 130WPC of HCA certainly has no lack of slam or muddy bass. It's a fast, articulate and wondrous amp to listen to.